Medical Poland admission office is facilitating a guidance counsellor, parent and student trip to medical and veterinary schools in Poland.

The trip will take place from 18-22 April and is an opportunity for students interested in studying animal care and veterinary medicine to consider their college options and experience European culture.

Participating students, teachers and parents will be accompanied by head of communications and head student adviser Artur Banaszkiewicz and head of Medical Poland admission office Adam Krawczyk.

Medical Poland is also hosting an online vet open day on 22 January and attendance could win you a trip to Poland.

At the event, the organiser will draw a lucky guidance counsellor to win the trip, with flight and accommodation paid.

Education and enjoyment

At the trip, participants will be visiting universities in Wroclaw, Poznan and Bydgoszcz. Students will take a tour of the state-of-the-art universities, as well as experience studying their chosen discipline.

However, there will be loads of time in between for participants to explore the cities and do fun things such as visit the zoo, tourist attractions and museums.

For more information and to register for the open day, see

Note: participants on the trip will need to pay/organise their own flights, accommodation and food, but there are hotel suggestions on the website and Medical Poland has some accommodation discounts. More offers will be shared at the open day or by enquiring via email.

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